November 2, 2010 by USA Post
Prop 19, Began waking up on the west coast this morning, much can still be unaware of all the issues and candidates they have to decide when they hit the polls in California. This year’s elections in California have extremely important decisions related to them. Below is a quick guide for voters in the state who are still lost;
The California governor race is between Republican candidate, Meg Whitman, who is the former CEO of Ebay and Democratic former governor Jerry Brown, who served in the late 70s and early 80s. In the Senate, voters will be between the Democrat Barbara Boxer, and Republican candidate Carly Fiorina.
There are a total of nine votes different proposal for California residents in the election this year. Whoever received the most attention by the media, both in the state of California and across the country, of course, is Prop. 19, which seeks to legalize marijuana in the state. Here is a list of all votes proposal.
Prop. 19 – Will marijuana use legal for anyone of legal age
Prop. 20 – Changes to decide on the demarcation of Congress
Prop. 21 – $ 18 vehicle registration fee to go to state parks
Prop. 22 – Will prevent California from borrowing to fund infrastructure
Prop. 23 – would get rid of the Control Act Air Pollution
Prop. 24 – Repeals lowered business taxes
Prop. 25 – Legislative budget vote requirement
Prop. 26 – Requires a vote of 2 / 3 “increase the costs of many companies
Prop. 27 – Decides that should draw the boundaries of legislative districts
It is clear that many residents of California to decide. If you have any questions while voting, please call the toll free hotline 866-OUR-VOTE voters.
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